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Contributed Photo by Nashville Public Television / The 2021 edition of "Christmas at Belmont" features more than 650 student musicians and School of Music faculty from Belmont University. The performance was taped live for the first time in the newly opened Fisher Center for the Performing Arts on the Nashville campus.

"Christmas at Belmont," a PBS broadcast of the annual holiday concert at Belmont University, will air encore presentations Friday and Saturday on Chattanooga's public broadcasting station, WTCI-TV.

Six students from the Chattanooga region are included in the show, according to Belmont officials.

The talents of nearly 650 student musicians and School of Music faculty are showcased in this year's concert. The one-hour broadcast features an array of traditional carols, classical masterworks and seasonal favorites.

Among the student performers are Megan Long, Chase Lowery and Laurel Luce, all from the Chattanooga area; Karis Mitchell of Athens, Tennessee; and Philip Hare and Tarah Stewart, both of Gordon County, Georgia.

Produced by Nashville Public Television, "Christmas at Belmont" was taped live before an audience in the newly opened Fisher Center for the Performing Arts on the university campus in Nashville. This is the 19th consecutive year for the concert to be broadcast nationally on PBS. It originally aired on Dec. 20.

WTCI has scheduled back-to-back encores Friday at 11 p.m. and Saturday at midnight, followed by another presentation at 3 a.m. Saturday on its primary channel, 45.1. "Christmas at Belmont" also will air at 10 p.m. Saturday on WTCI Create, 45.2. The video is available on demand at wtci.org.

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